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Evaluation of Performance of League of Nations:part 6 (in Hindi)
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Navneet Kaur
Educator since August 2017, M.phil(CS) from LPU, Jalandhar, M.sc(CS)from GNDU, Amritsar, University merit scholar, Top Educator 2017.

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  1. WORLD HISTORY: League of Nations Presented by: Navneet Kaur ria


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  3. Failures / Causes of Ineffectiveness of the League of Nations 5) The League of Nations was not a truly representative organization: It had limited membership. This also resulted in lack of f nds for the League's work. The three main world powers, namely, USA, USSR and Germany were not its members when the League was formed in 1920 Thus, it became an organization of the French and the British and lacked the legitimacy of being called a truly representative world body. Germany was admitted only by 1926, while USSR gained membership in 1934. USA never joined the League of Nations and neither did it ratify the peace treaties. After the World War I, the US public rejected Woodrow Wilson and his fourteen points and US reverted back to its Policy of Isolation . . . . The Republicans viewed LoN as a world government, which would threaten US national . It did not want to be involved in any future military conflict or to be involved in the Europearn By 1933, Japan had quit the League of Nations and soon after that the Hitler's Germany also left . Thus, on the eve of the World War II, the League of Nations was in ruins and a failure. sovereignty and freedom. affairs the League


  4. Summary The League failed to implement its decisions in disputes, where the verdict of the League was against a major power. Aggressive regimes like Japan, Italy and Germany defied the League. Britain and France did not do much to give teeth to the League. The Economic Crisis of 1929 was also responsible in its own way. The Conference of Ambassadors undermined League's authority Important powers like Germany, US, USSR were not its members. The League Covenant was weak and it failed to provide a real collective security